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Advanced materials from recycled waste / edited by Sarika Verma, Raju Khan, Medha Mili, S.A.R. Hashmi, Avanish Kumar Srivastava.
Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2023.
xvii, 370 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Recycling (Waste, etc.)
Khan, Raju, Dr.
Hashmi, S. A. R.
Srivastava, Avanish Kumar
examines the structural components of waste and looks at how best to transform those waste materials into advanced materials that can be utilised for high-end applications. Advanced Materials from Recycled Waste examines the structural components of waste and looks at how best to transform those waste materials into advanced materials that can be utilized for high-end applications. Sections explore what is meant by Waste - looking at what are the sources, types of waste, and the management techniques and three sections dealing with specific types of waste materials, including Industrial, Agricultural and Plastics/Polymers. Classification, characterization, utilization of, physical and mechanical properties, and design and development are explored for each of these materials. Each section concludes with a review of the challenges and future prospects for their utilization. This book will be a vital resource for a broad audience interested in the reuse of waste materials, including materials scientists and materials engineers in industry involved in the recycling, reuse and reclamation of materials and industrial byproducts, and some more general environmental scientists and engineers involved in sustainable development.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Industrial solid waste: An overview
Exploring brine sludge and fly ash waste for making nontoxic radiation shielding materials
Use of red mud as advanced soil stabilization material
Conversion of agricultural crop waste into valuable chemicals
A brief overview on pharmaceutical and textile waste
Efficient and nutritive value addition of waste from food processing industries
Waste incorporation in glass: A potential alternative and safe utilization
Agricultural waste: Sustainable valuable products
Use of industrial waste for value-added products
Conversion of agriculture, forest, and garden waste for alternate energy source: Bio-oil and biochar production from surplus agricultural waste
Agricultural waste: An exploration of the innovative possibilities in the pursuit of long-term sustainability
Utilization of value-added products from fly ash: An industrial waste
Advanced geopolymer: Utilizing industrial waste to material to achieve zero waste
Utilization of waste glass fiber in polymer composites
Muga silk: Sustainable materials for emerging technology
Plastic recycling: Challenges, opportunities, and future aspects.
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